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POCOSIN ARTS FOLK SCHOOL EbzB School Resident Jan.-March 2012 Workshop Evaluation

POCOSIN ARTS FOLK SCHOOL
EbzB School Resident Jan.-March 2012
Workshop Evaluation


17 Responses Received

Was this classroom experience beneficial to you?     17 responded Yes
Were the instructors knowledgeable?       16 responded Yes;  1 responded  No
Were the instructors helpful?                    17 responded Yes
Were the instructors respectful?                17 responded Yes

Please rate your how well you liked participating in this program:
 8 responded 1) Loved it!
 5 responded 2) Liked it.
 4 responded 3) It was ok

What did you like most about this experience?
I overcame my stage fright
The exercises
Getting over my stage fright and talking louder
Overcoming my shyness just a little
Learning all of the exercises
Having fun and going along in the play
I had fun with my friends
The people were nice and knew how to explain something
Showed us how to stay calm, and use a focal point
I liked performing for the people
They were fun and they seem like they really loved what they did - …

"War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II" - Wadesboro, NC

"War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II" - Wadesboro, NC

"War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II" May. 20, 2012 6:30 pm - May. 20, 2012 9:00 pm Location "War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II"Ansonia Theatre 112 South Rutherford Street Wadesboro, NC 28170
Wadesboro, NC 28170

Compliment: In One Era and Out The Other

"Every student in every school in America and every senior citizen in every retirement community in America needs to see this show! It is wonderful. Just wonderful."

-Cornelia Campbell, Retired Teacher
on seeing a performance of EbzB's
In One Era and Out The Other

Compliment: War Bonds, Winfield, AL

Mr. zum Brunnen,

I would like to express my thanks to you and you entire production for coming to Winfield to perform War Bonds.  I was so sorry to have missed the show!  I was actually out of town and couldn't attend.  I myself am a veteran, having served twenty years in the Alabama Army National Guard. I know how much this type of performance meant to our local veterans, those especially of that era.

I was filled in by my secretary that the show was outstanding as she was able to attend  and really enjoyed the performances!

Again, I wanted to thank you personally and invite you to visit Winfield again and be my special  guests at my wife's cafe, Aroma's, located in downtown Winfield.


Sincerely,

Wayne Silas
Mayor

Compliment: Arts In Education

Hey Serena,
I just wanted to let you know that my honors class decided on our topic for the documentary play that we're going to write and perform--they chose the recent Trayvon Martin killing in Florida and the underlying themes of racial, and teen, profiling.  We brainstormed a whole lot of different historic events but they were really drawn to this one--I think because it's current and the whole teen thing hits home.  We're gathering articles and quotes and images now, but if you have any other suggestions or hints I'll definitely take them.
Thanks again for such a great workshop at Hoggard and my students and I are looking forward to seeing The Parchman Hour.

Robin Clayton

Ashley High School Theatre Department
910-790-2360 X805